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Arlys Halverson

Arlys Marie Boesch was born on May 23, 1923, in Blue Earth County and died on Sept. 11, 2022, at the age of 99 in...

Bonny Zoellmer

A memorial service for Bonny Zoellmer, 86, will be Friday, Sept. 9, 2022, at Church of Christ in Truman at 11 a.m., with Pastor Merrill...

Lowell Williamson

Lowell Williamson, 83, of Monticello, formerly of Truman, died on Aug. 28, 2022, at Fairview Southdale Hospital in Edina. A memorial service will be held...

Funeral Notice

A funeral service for Dean A. Gulbranson from Truman, who passed away on May 19, 2022, will be held Thursday, Sept. 15, at 1 p.m....

Beth Kitzerow

A memorial service for Beth Kitzerow, 60, of Fairmont will be 1 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 26, at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Fairmont. Visitation...

NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE

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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE

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NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORECLOSURE SALE

News in a Nutshell

— Natural News — Zoey Sky — Sept. 20 — The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced in August last year that there were 42.6 cases of myocarditis or pericarditis per million males aged 12 to 15 after Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) vaccination. Just recently,...

In the Headlines

• FBI whistleblowers say agents are being pulled from “child sex abuse cases” to investigate “domestic violent extremism.” • Things are not looking good for global shipping giant Fed­Ex, which just announced the implementation of significant cost-cutting measures due to a “softness” in global shipping...

Headlines You Just Can’t Make Up

• Fake meat company Beyond Meat Chief Operating Officer Doug Ramsey was arrested Saturday night for biting a man’s nose and ripping the flesh off with his teeth after an Arkansas football game. Guess Ramsey was tired of chewing on imitation meat product.

Headlines That Didn’t Age Well

• The White House Twitter account is happy to let you know although the Biden administration halted much domestic oil production, lost the U.S. energy independence, are buying up oil from overseas, have depleted much of U.S. strategic oil reserves and gas prices are still...

News in a Nutshell

— Natural News — Ethan Huff — Sept. 13 — Attorneys involved in a whistleblower lawsuit against Pfizer say that the drug giant cannot use the government as a cover for making false claims about its coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccine.” In response to a motion by...

SPL Students, Float Visit Amboy Days

Amboy Days was a mix of fun, floats, and history for fifth- and sixth-grade students from St. Paul’s Lutheran in Truman and St. James Lutheran...

Preliminary Budget Levy Approved

. The Truman City Council approves a budget levy increase, but plans to lower it. Cities and counties in Minnesota are required to have a...

Fruit, Fright, Fun Featured at Orchard

. Center Creek Orchard offers new attractions. Since Gordy and Karen Toupal turned their rural Martin County apple orchard into a fall fun spot, it’s...

USDA Crop & Weather Report

Minnesota had 6.0 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sept. 18, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Harvest of corn and...

Martin Luther High School

The Martin Luther High School, Northrop Knights4Life Group designed pro-life messages on the concrete. The group leads various activities to promote awareness that all lives...

Take a Stroll Down Memory Lane

Sept. 20, 1962 THS seniors elected Ivan Barickman as president, Harland Hurd as vice president, Judy Urban as secretary, Tom Jones as treasurer and Wendell Else as Student Council representative. Kay Nelson returned from Europe on Sept. 3. She spent six weeks studying in Oslo,...

A Look Back

This photo is from the Sept. 20, 1972, edition of the Truman Tribune: The Bluejay track team includes, front from left, Tom Dodge, Eric Ludvigson, Dave Bosshart, Jim Orr and Dave Kahler; and (back) Bruce Heng, Bob Eickhoff, Ken Zoeller, Nathan Rich, Ulli Knopf and...

Notes from Nikki

It’s going to be short and sweet this week. I’m further north in the state right now and most of the leaves are very much starting to be not green. Stop. I’m not quite ready. I need just a little more summer weather ... The...

The Window

I like to think of grace being one side of a coin and mercy being the other side of the same coin. By definition, mercy would be “not getting what you deserve (on the negative or punishment side) and grace would be “getting what you...

Ask a Trooper

Question 1: Does a person need a hood on a vehicle to drive it down the highway legally? Answer 1: No. Question 2: What is the law regarding vehicle fenders and tires sticking out beyond the sides of a vehicle? Answer 2: According to Minnesota...

COMMUNITY NEWS ‘N’ NOTES

Martin County Job Fair Takes Place Saturday, Sept. 24 A job fair will take place at Best Western in Fairmont on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Ruby’s Pantry Coming to East Chain Saturday, Sept. 24 Ruby’s Pantry will host a food...

USDA Crop & Weather Report

Minnesota had 6.0 days suitable for fieldwork for the week ending Sept. 18, according to the USDA’s National Agricultural Statistics Service. Harvest of corn and soybeans is just getting underway. Topsoil moisture supplies were rated 7% very short, 26% short, 65% adequate and 2% surplus. Subsoil moisture supplies were rated...

Martin Luther High School

The Martin Luther High School, Northrop Knights4Life Group designed pro-life messages on the concrete. The group leads various activities to promote awareness that all lives are valuable. Pictured below, from left, are Norah Chase, Jayson Matasovsky, and Maddie Sokoloski. Rebecca Oerman is the group adviser.

Young Marines Recognize Legion

Buffalo Ridge Young Marines of Worthington present a Certificate of Appreciation to American Legion Lee C Prentice Post 36 Commander Steve Fosness for the Post’s support of their activities.

TPS Welcomes First Grade, Special Ed Teachers

. The new first grade teacher enjoys a full classroom experience and the new special education teacher is not new to TPS. Truman’s new first-grade teacher, Jena Culhane, looks forward to having the full classroom experience this year. Culhane, who hails from Madelia, spent her first eight years of teaching...

Crowds Turn Out for Ambulance Event

The Truman Ambulance fundraiser recently served a pork chop dinner to about 350 people at the Truman Fire Hall. The event raised $4,500 for a new cot. Volunteers helping with the event include, top from left, Matt Lange, Josh Tonkin and Olivia Tonkin; and (bottom) Josh Kitzerow, Brandi Stohs and...